The Bank has evolved as a financial institution over the past twenty-five years. It began as a monetary authority; it was then given more powers and responsibilities when the authority was converted into a Central Bank. Now the Central Bank is one of the key financial institutions in the Solomon Islands economy.
Their mission is defined by Section 8 of the Central Bank Act 2012
in the following priorities:
1. Maintain Price Stability
2. Stable Financial System
3. Support General Economic Policies of the Government
Solomon Islands to be amongst the top 4 low inflation and financially stable countries in the South Pacific region.
They are committed to uphold the following values:
To provide quality economic analysis and assessment of the Solomon Islands
economy to enable our stakeholders to make informed business judgements and
To discharge our duties with integrity and honesty;
To show excellence and professionalism in our work;
To act with impartiality in the application of our decisions within the boundaries
of the CBSI Act or any other laws we administer; and
To exercise frugality in the management of the resources under our stewardship.